June 30 – July 2, Friday – Sunday | Drolma Yuldok, a practice based on the 21 Taras
This three-day practice based on the 21 Taras, known as Drolma Yuldok, is chanted to remove obstacles and bring about auspicious conditions. The central content of the chanting is the 21 Praises of Tara repeated with various offerings and prayers.
Friday & Saturday | 9:00 am & 2:00 pm
Sunday | 9:00 am
July 2, Sunday (following Drolma Yuldok chanting) | Sür, Evening Fire Offering Ceremony
Sür (an evening fire offering ceremony) is an offering to the four guests: the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, the Protector deities, sentient beings, and those with whom we have karmic debts. It averts obstacles and sickness and is dedicated to those who are dying, to beings in the Bardo, and to beings with whom we have karmic debts.
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For those who wish to sponsor the chanting, donations can be made toward meals, fire offering ceremonies, or the tea served during the chanting. General contributions toward these special practices are also welcome. Be sure to include a prayer with your donation which will be read aloud to the assembly.
You may make your donations on-line or simply mail your tax-deductible contribution to:
Palpung Thubten Chöling
245 Sheafe Road, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590.
Please make checks payable to Palpung Thubten Choling or PTC. For credit card payments, fax your credit card number (VISA or MasterCard only), along with the expiration date and signature and the amount you would like to charge to (845) 297-5761. For your protection, please do not email your credit card information.
As we are not able to check email during chanting events, please send your prayer request and sponsorship information 48 hours before the first day of chanting to guarantee that we receive it in time to announce your prayer. If you are not able to do that, please leave a short but clear message of your prayer on 845-297-2500 and we will do our best to have your prayer announced.
Please do not visit the monastery if you feel unwell and/or have a fever.
We look forward to your visit when you feel better.